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Intel “Austin Beach” NUC is a fanless, rugged, modular mini PC

It’s been nearly 7 years since Intel started selling tiny desktop computers under its NUC brand. Since then we’ve seen NUC systems designed for gaming, business use, and home use.

One thing Intel hasn’t offered in the past is a fanless model, although third-party case makers have helped fill in the gap.

Now the first fanless NUC with a 15 watt processor is on the way. Code-named “Austin Beach,” the system has a small, rugged, dust-resistant, and passively cooled chassis. And because it’s designed to use Intel’s new NUC Compute Element, (code-named “Chandler Bay,” the internals are upgradable…

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